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Protect Your Pines

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The pine tree is our North Carolina's state tree and best known for lush green needles and beautifully straight trunks. This type of tree can be found all throughout NC from the mountains to the coast!

One Small Insect, One Giant Threat

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If you've found beetles among your yard and in your garden, you're not alone. Japanese Beetles are out in full force around the Carolinas.

A Note From Your Local Arborist

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Cherry Bud Rot is being seen right now across communities in North Carolina.

Banish Bagworms for Good

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Charlotte, NC – The  Bagworm Caterpillar is a tree pest seen year-after-year throughout Charlotte, Concord, Greensboro, and Raleigh, NC. Are your trees ready to stand against these common creepy crawlers?

Here's to Blooming Azaleas (and Days) Ahead

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It’s Friday! I had to check my phone to see what day it was so thought maybe you’d like an update as well. Speaking of updates. . .I have a blooming one for you!

Free Video Consultation: Chat With Your Arborist In 4 Simple Steps

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Springtime has arrived and now is a great time to spruce up your landscape. We’re here to help with your next yard project! Our Certified Arborists are happy to conduct a free tree & plant consultation onsite or through video chat.

5 Easy Steps To Rid Your Lawn of Unlucky Clover

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🍀Happy St. Patrick's Day!🍀

How Much Does Stump Grinding Cost In NC?

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Buyer beware: The prices for tree removal quoted by your local mom-and-pop tree service may not include the cost of stump grinding or stump removal. Stump grinding is typically factored at $2.5–$3 per inch but may be less expensive if the stump is rotting and easier to grind.

4 Ways To Transition Your Landscape From Winter To Spring

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This spring, be the envy of your neighborhood by keeping your yard looking beautiful! Now is the best time to get your yard in shape before spring arrives. Check out 4 easy steps to transition your landscape from winter to spring. 

4 Ways To Transition Your Landscape From Winter To Spring

 

  1. Time to apply new mulch
  2. Examine overall landscape health
  3. Routinely prune and trim trees
  4. Schedule your spring deep root fertilization 

We're Your 24 Hour Storm Response Specialist

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Please stay safe, alert, and prepared as North Carolina experiences severe weather.